Plus, my grandma often sent me voice messages, and I’d have to take time to play them back. Meanwhile, We Chat became the main way I texted friends I made in China.We formed We Chat groups and traded stickers and GIFs.
It is best sent when planning house parties though, preferably to a large group so that everyone can see how excited you are about seeing them flipping cups with their butts. Barney from shooting himself in the face Occasion: When you’re doing something you don’t want to, or when you’re on the subway at any time of the day, in a bank trying to sort out a name or telephone number adjustment, at a business dinner avoiding , or your bank card gets swallowed by an ATM.
Or if you have to eat a convenience store sandwich for lunch. I’m a bussss, s*ck my d*ck Occasion: When you’ve escaped doing that thing you really didn’t want to do, got off the subway, found a taxi in the end, made it out of the medical health check center in Xierqi alive, or ran away from the business dinner. As far as I know, none of these are stickers in We Chat -- I've got a million but none are animated GIFs like the above. You can't get them from here, you have to receive them from a friend and then save them as stickers, hence 'happy hunting'.
” Or when someone talks about adding your boss into the group chat. Tiny dancing cat with hat (glowsticks and disco lights optional)Occasion: When you’re happy or something good has happened.
For example, when you find a RMB 100 taxi , when your Chinese class is canceled unexpectedly, or when you discover that your phone still works even though you were convinced that you had no credit. Mind blown Occasion: Pretty self-explanatory when you’re mind is blown about something that just shouldn't be, like when the taxi driver actually understood your destination, or when the taxi doesn’t smell like bum. Butt flip cup twerk Occasion: When you’re feeling bored, so basically this is a generally acceptable sticker to send all of the time.
In January 2013, the number of users had reached 300 million.
By now, there are over 400 million users, with Weixin’s influence going beyond 100 countries.
With China’s mobile user market exceeding 750 million, Weixin only has more room to grow (Wang 2014, 3).
The core function of We Chat is its messaging function: sending free messages to phone contacts that also use We Chat.
It has been successful in the social network market and online game industry.
Weixin was an instant hit; just over 400 days after its launch it already had 100 million users.
And my parents started using it more as well, to keep in touch with Chinese friends.